The Middle Emotional Body
This is the Introvert Feeling type of Carl
identifies this faculty with the colour blue. It would seem
to correspond to the yin (introvertive) polarity of Barbara
Ann Brennan's "Astral
body" (or fourth energy field body).
Christopher Hills, Nuclear Evolution - Discovery of the Rainbow Body,
p.613 (1977, University of the Trees Press)
This type lives in a mental world of his own commitment to idealistic
feelings. He is hind-sighted and historical. Living in a present
composed of memories of the past. Existing concepts family values,
recognised authorities and situations are all bound into his ideals and
accepted as images of reality. His feelings for family and community traditions
and fixed sense experiences are imprisoned in an objective time so as to
relax and feel satisfaction. He experiences time as binding all events
into memories of emotional and mental concepts. Loves established
ways, principles, ethics, morality.
Corresponding Chakras - Manipura-2 - Anahata - Vishudda (front)
Christopher Hills' identification of the orange feeling faculty with the
fifth (throat or Vishuddha chakra)
is only partly valid. The Feeling consciousness could be better matched
with the front throat, heart,
and solar plexus in conjunction;
these being associated with the descending yin ch'i energy.
Corresponding astrological planets and signs
Astrologically the planets associated with the conservative introvertive
feeling energy and the emphasis on tradition and family values would be
the moon (for reflecting the mass consciousness) and saturn (for tradition
and structure). The associated signs would be Cancer and Capricorn,
which constitute a polarity on the zodiac wheel.
Corresponding kabbalistic sefirah
There do not appear to be any clear associations in either Hermetic or
traditional Kabbalah here.
Fields of Human Society
The introvertive emotional
body seems particularily associated with religion. Because of
the emphasis opn maintaining structure there would also be an association
with police and law, which is why police are generally associated with
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